The title summarises the common characteristic of the works of the three photographers exhibiting. All three of them approach the phenomena of the world, everyday objects and the content that can be attributed to them, from a distinct point of view.
Anna Fabricius explores the relationship between words and objects of concrete experience. She reflects on the extent to which our existing concepts, our indoctrinated vocabularies, influence our direct experience of things in the world.
Réka Bohus is inspired by her own child, who relates to phenomena on a more emotional basis, trying to explain the unknown with her own imagination. What the photographer tries to capture is how, through the activity of a child’s cognition, the specific energy manifests itself, thanks to which the original function of objects shines through in a preconstructed environment.
Zoltán Keresztes also captures in his photographs the experience of the creator of reality. These images, however, are about the darker side of life, about loneliness, abandonment, lack of love, and the destruction of objects.